In this course, you will learn to programme. After learning the C-programming it is easy to change some other programming language because C is similar to the syntax of JavaScript and PHP. Languages like C# and Java are related to C and C++. So in one course is possible to learn more programming languages almost at the same time.

C language trusts programmers and allows direct manipulation of the computer hardware. This is not possible in most high-level programming languages. It’s one of the reasons why C is considered the good choice to start learning to programme. This means also that after learning C is possible to make embedded programming because C is relatively “low level” programming language.

C is also structured language and therefore working with it is easy and logical.

A good help for learning C is the book C Programming language, which is written by Brian W Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie (the creator of the C).

The trainer will give you feedback

If you understand the basics of programming, this course is very suitable for you. Also if you like to learn a language with it you can program embedded systems, this language is suitable for you. And if you want to take a step toward C++ programming is this course very suitable for you. The basis means that you already have an idea of programming because in this course that topic is not in the main role, the focus is on the language. All the quizzes you’ll make to earn points will be checked and if something is totally wrong, you’ll get a feedback.

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Skills/Level

We recommend you to go through the course “Introduction to programming” before you start on this “C programming” course. That will help you to understand how the programming language works.

 

 

 

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Course Materials

C/C++ compiler is needed and they are available from Internet for free.

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